|SOME NOTES ON MEDIEVAL ENGLISH GENEALOGY|
Volume 12, part 2, page 746, 747:
He [Saher de Quency (d. 1190)] m., in 1162, Asceline, widow of Geoffrey DE WATERVILLE (or WATEVILLE), sister and coh. of William PEVEREL, of Bourn, co. Cambridge (who d. on Crusade, 1147-48), da. of Robert PEVEREL, of the same, by his wife Adelicia.(a) She d. before him.(b)
Page 747, note a:
For William Peverel's 4 sisters and coheirs and the division between them of the Honor of Bourn see Clay, Early Yorks Charters, vol. ix, pp. 52-53, and ante, vol. x, pp. 332-33, sub PECCHE (of Bourn).
In 1190 her da. Asceline de Wateville, mother of Robert de Torpel, owed 60m. for seisin of the lands of her mother, who was wife of Saher de Quency (Pipe Roll, 2 Ric. I, p. 29; 4 Ric. I, p. 261; cf. Farrer, Feudal Cambridgeshire, p. 160).
According to K.S.B. Keats-Rohan [Domesday Descendants, pp. 652, 1067 (2002)], Asceline's father normally occurs as Pagan (Payn) Peverel, but is called Robert in one charter of his son William printed by Dugdale [citing Monasticon Anglicanum, vol. 2, p. 601]. Keats-Rohan places her marriage to Saher de Quency in 1163.